or
Jarvis Cocker

I love your body 'cause I've lost my mind.
If you want someone to talk to; You're wasting your time.
If you want someone to share your life
Then you need someone who's alive.
And if every relationship is a two-way street,
I have been screwing in the back whilst you drive.
I never said I was deep
But I am profoundly shallow.
My lack of knowledge is vast
And my horizons are narrow.
I never said I was big
I never said I was clever.
And if you're waiting to find
What's going on in my mind
You could be waiting forever.
Forever and ever.
I can't dance you to the end of the night
'Cause I'm afraid of the dark.

I have to confess: I'm out of my depth.
You're going over my head
And straight through my heart.

Some girls like to play it dirty.
Some girls want to be your Mum.
Me, I disrespected you
Whist we were waiting for the taxi to come.
My morality is shabby, my behavior unacceptable.
No, I'm not looking for a relationship;
Just a willing receptacle.
I never said I was
I never said I was
I never said I was deep
But I am profoundly shallow.
My lack of knowledge is vast
And my horizons are narrow.
I never said I was big
I never said I was clever.
And if you're waiting to find
What's going on in my mind
You could be waiting forever. Forever and ever.
I never said I was deep.

Written by CRAFT, MARTIN JAMES F. / ORTON, ROSS / COCKER, JARVIS BRANSON / MACKEY, STEPHEN PATRICK / MCCALL, TIMOTHY / STAFFORD, SIMON EDWARD
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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